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Technology

Apr. 12, 2024

California’s SB 1047 establishes stringent requirements for large-scale AI models

The bill sets strict requirements for pre-deployment safety testing and guardrails for large-scale AI systems, focusing on algorithmic transparency, public safety, information security, and equitable access.

Niloy Ray

Shareholder and member of the firm's eDiscovery and AI and Technology practices, Littler Mendelson PC

Email: nray@littler.com

Alice H. Wang

Shareholder and a member of the firm's AI and Technology practice., Littler Mendelson PC

Phone: (415) 288-6368

Email: awang@littler.com

Alice advises and represents employers in a wide range of labor and employment law matters arising under state and federal law, including wage and hour, pay practice and worker classification issues, discrimination, harassment and retaliation, and wrongful termination

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California's Senate Bill 1047, the "Safe and Secure Innovation for Frontier Artificial Intelligence Systems Act" (SB 1047), represents another significant step forward in the bellwether state's wide-ranging efforts to regulate the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) models, this time detailing the specific requirements large AI systems, such as foundation models and other generative AI systems, must meet before they enter w...

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